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Wills, Trusts, and Estates — A Beginners Guide

If you are new to the concept of estate planning, the entire process probably seems a little overwhelming. The components that make up your estate plan will likely represent the most important set of legal documents you execute over the course of your life, which only makes estate planning more intimidating for many people. Along […]
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How Do I Modify a Revocable Living Trust?

Given the frequency with which trusts are included in an estate plan, there is a very good chance that your estate plan will eventually include a trust, if it doesn’t have one already. There is an equally good chance that as you move through the various phases of your life, changes in your life will […]
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What Assets Can You Have and Still Qualify for Medicaid in Florida?

Although you may never before have had a need to qualify for Medicaid, you may find that changes at some point during your retirement years as a result of the high cost of long-term care.  If you find yourself in need of the benefits offered by Medicaid, and you failed to plan for the possibility, […]
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Conservatorship vs. Guardianship

At some point in your life, you may be faced with the deteriorating mental capacity of a parent or other loved one. You could also face your own declining mental abilities at some point as a result of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. In either case, there may come a point at which guardianship needs to be […]
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Veterans Aid & Attendance Program Announces Changes

Veterans, and their dependents, are entitled to a number of benefits and qualify for numerous assistance programs as a result of their service. One program that can help veterans and their spouses put off the need to move to long-term care is the Veterans Aid & Attendance program. The VA&A program is not a well-known […]
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Long-Term Care Planning Month Should Prompt You to Start Planning

A well-rounded estate plan should do more than just ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes at the end of your life. It should also help ensure that you are financially stable throughout your lifetime and well cared for during your retirement years. To accomplish these additional goals, long-term care planning should be […]

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New Asset Transfer Look-Back for VA Aid & Attendance Coming Soon: The Window of Opportunity is Closing Quickly!

The Veteran’s Administration is beginning asset limits for qualification for the Aid & Attendance benefit. The limit goes into effect on October 18, 2018. If transfers are made prior to October 18, 2018, they will escape penalties on the transfer and the client would qualify. Read on for more information on this unique opportunity. The post New Asset Transfer Look-Back for VA Aid & Attendance Coming Soon: The Window of Opportunity is Closing Quickly! appeared first on Kulas Law Group.

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